Kendo

Kendo (剣道), or “way of the sword”, is the Japanese martial art of fencing. It developed from the traditional swordsmanship called kenjutsu. Practitioners of kendo wear traditionally styled clothing (gi) and protective armor (bogu) and fight using one (and sometimes two) swords made of bamboo (shinai). Though kendo is called Japanese-style fencing, it is fundamentally different in its movements and the handling of the sword.

Website:
sites.psu.edu/kendo

Practice Times:

SemesterDayTimeFacilityRoom or FieldStart Date - End Date
Fall 2019TBD

Officer Information:

PositionOfficerEmail
PresidentDaniel Koopdhk5095@psu.edu
Vice PresidentAndrew Whitakeraww5234@psu.edu
TreasurerChristopher Harrisoncmh6482@psu.edu
SecretaryKevin Kuoktk5135@psu.edu
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